EDUCATION TRIBUNE

Teaching maths
When 2+2 is not 4
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HE mere mention of the subject mathematics fills many with dread and I often wonder, is maths difficult or has it become difficult due to the way it is tackled? According to a report published in these columns, a midterm nationwide survey by the NCERT in schools revealed that more than 60 per cent of students in Class V find it difficult to solve fractions, decimals and measurement questions. The survey found that 32 per cent of students scored less than 30 per cent in mathematics while barely 11 per cent achieved 80 per cent.

Campus Notes
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Research new VC’s priority

Promising transparent administration, Dr A.S. Brar, newly appointed Vice-Chancellor of Guru Nanak Dev University, who took over the reign of the university after his predecessor Dr Jai Rup Singh was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the Central University, Bathinda, said his priorities would be to promote research and bring the university at par with IITs.

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Teaching maths
When 2+2 is not 4
Sharda Dutt

THE mere mention of the subject mathematics fills many with dread and I often wonder, is maths difficult or has it become difficult due to the way it is tackled? According to a report published in these columns, a midterm nationwide survey by the NCERT in schools revealed that more than 60 per cent of students in Class V find it difficult to solve fractions, decimals and measurement questions. The survey found that 32 per cent of students scored less than 30 per cent in mathematics while barely 11 per cent achieved 80 per cent.

During my teaching career of over 40 years I found it distressing that learning has lost a lot of joy. There are several reasons for "poor maths". Firstly, maths is taught without relating it to real life. At times children are taught beyond their mental age with no importance being given to mental maths. The lessons delivered are not well prepared and do not hold the interest of the students. The teachers fail to question the pupils while teaching. The young learners are overburdened with homework and teachers do the correction work in class while their charges struggle with maths.

The most important principles of teaching "from the known to the unknown" and "teaching everything through questioning" seem to have been forgotten. When teaching progresses without these principles, the child becomes a passive learner. A lesson must be prepared and planned according to the time allotted to it. This is both desirable and profitable for the teacher and pupil alike. A teacher must stick to this rule. He will find, as I did, that it leaves no time for mischief in the class. Any pause or intrusion takes concentration away from the lesson and wastes precious time before you can gain the attention of the class again.

With the teacher who is inclined to cover the course fast and keep the teaching skeletal, the homework piles up, to be tackled by parents who are busy socially or at work. Tired, untrained parents can wreck havoc and stress is bound to be the result as they are over anxious to see their child's progress, often well beyond his capacity. Most children end up with private tutors taking up all play time and bogging down the child into a bewildering fog of learning.

Teaching concepts above the mental age, teaching a new concept and storming to the next one without thorough mastery, not giving time for proper consolidation of the concept are the common and real foundations of poor maths. The child cries out for real learning related to his world. Relating maths to favourite stories and physical activity will hold the attention of young minds, which are bursting with energy and curiosity. So, small children must count friends, toys, sing number rhymes, draw, use counters and other things around them, act, hop or jump.

With an innovative teacher, there is much excitement in learning while pin drop silence in junior class may not be desirable.

Teacher trainees should be given strict supervision for their practise of teaching lessons. The supervising teachers are often easy going or lenient forgetting that they are dealing with a very important part of the making of a teacher.

Due stress has to be laid on mental maths. Addition, subtraction and multiplication of tables, should be repeated daily. The old fashioned chanting is enjoyable due to the rhythm. Raymont strongly recommends it and I have found it very effective. This should be done daily for 10 minutes of all working days. Followed by dodging and brisk marking, it is actually enjoyed by children who become accurate in their arithmetic, as most fractions and other sums need accuracy in their working. Mental maths should also include small problems in which the children should state if they used plus, minus, multiplication or division. Children can often answer correctly without knowing what method they used, but when bigger problems come, they get stumped. They should also make their own problem sums and ask questions from the teacher and classmates.

Measurements should be taken with foot-hand spans and elbows as introduction. Weighing objects should go before learning weights. Before rupee and paisa come into written work, the children can go shopping by collecting colourful empty packets, boxes and cans. They set up shop and have money exchange hands (counters, change or money made by the children by coin rubbing). The teacher should take the children out of the class with a metre rod and foot ruler to measure the grounds, flowerbeds or anything they like to introduce them to the topic of measurement. The more you let them look around, the more things they will find to measure, even compare. Somehow, these trivial looking exercises become exciting and memorable. Flash cards are very popular. After the teacher's showing, the children when free enjoy using them, questioning and marking each other, consolidating the gains.

Children need a lot of work around each concept, so revision, brisk and frequent is called for. Extra worksheets should be made as no books have enough practise. The computers and photostats are very useful here. A class party or a cause for which the children can work and collect gives a great deal of maths exercises and fun.

During my career I remember using the Bhuj earthquake for social, ethical, art and mathematical lessons. Children earned the money to send for relief. They ran a canteen, kept strict accounts, elected office-bearers, dunned the teachers who forgot to pay for pakoras. There was victory and pride in the air as they got a draft made for free. Thus, with the help of above-mentioned methods, maths can be made a fun subject.

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Campus Notes
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Research new VC’s priority

Promising transparent administration, Dr A.S. Brar, newly appointed Vice-Chancellor of Guru Nanak Dev University, who took over the reign of the university after his predecessor Dr Jai Rup Singh was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the Central University, Bathinda, said his priorities would be to promote research and bring the university at par with IITs.

Professor Brar did his M.Sc from Punjabi University, Patiala, and Ph.D from IIT-Delhi. After completing his Ph.D, he joined Guru Nanak Dev University and served for six years. He got a UNESCO fellowship in 1974. He joined IIT-Delhi as assistant professor in 1982 and rose to become a professor there.

Professor Brar has published over 200 papers in national and international journals. He has delivered lectures at the American Chemical Society conferences and at leading universities in the US, Europe and Japan. He delivered lectures in Japan on the invitation of JSPS and in The Netherlands on the invitation of The Royal Academy of The Netherlands for Arts and Science. He also remained head of the Chemistry Department, IIT-Delhi. Prof. Brar was awarded the Outstanding Research Award, IIT-Delhi, in 1994. He is also a fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, India. Professor Brar has been awarded prestigious UP Ratan Award by the All-India Conference of Intellectuals in 2008 and was recently awarded Saraswati Samman in 2009 in recognition of his services in the field of education.

Meanwhile, the Guru Nanak Dev University Pensioners/Retirees Welfare Association has welcomed the appointment of Dr A. S. Brar as Vice-Chancellor. While congratulating Dr Brar, the executive committee of the university pensioners association led by its president discussed at length several issues relating to pensioners with the Vice-Chancellor, who assured them to look into these issues sympathetically.

Go-ahead for filling vacant posts

To streamline the functioning of non-government departments, Dr A. S. Brar has given his go-ahead for filling a number of posts of assistants through promotions.

As many as 16 employees belonging to various departments, including establishment, meeting, audit, examination branch besides registrar office and the Punjabi school of studies, have been promoted from clerk to the post of assistant.

— Contributed by P. K. Jaiswar

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School of Archival Studies, National Archives of India, Janpath, New Delhi 110001

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National Archives of India, School of Archival Studies, Janpath, New Delhi 110001

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MPhil
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Bachelor in Tourism Mgmt
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Application Deadline: 22 July 2009

Himachal Pradesh University, International Centre for Distance Education & Open Learning, Shimla 171005 (HP)

1) BA, BCom & BCA (3 years)
2) MA in (Hindi / Eng / Sanskrit / Pol Sc / Eco / Public Admin / History / Sociology / Music), MA/MSC (Maths), MCom (2 years)

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4) MJMC (1 year)

5) MBA (2 years)

6) MMC (1 year)

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Details: See Prospectus.

Application Deadline: For 1: 05 October 2009
For Rest: 08 September 2009

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